We’re LendingHome. We’re on a mission to revolutionize the world of mortgages and put the power, and the keys, where they belong—in your hands.


The Role

The Executive Assistant position is primarily responsible for partnering with members of the Executive team at LendingHome to create maximum operating leverage, including a variety of duties such as: coordinating meetings and schedules, arranging travel logistics, preparing documents and presentations, assisting with ad-hoc projects, and facilitating internal and external communications. This varied role is ideal for a "go-getter" who enjoys taking on administrative and project-oriented duties. Someone who is self-motivated, intuitive, proactive, able to juggle multiple responsibilities and exercise good judgment, has an unwavering attention to detail, a sense of ownership, impeccable discretion, all while working in a fast-paced, change-oriented environment.


Responsibilities

    • Day-to-day management of calendars with heavy scheduling requirements; coordinate meetings/calls internally and externally for Executives.

    • Manage changing priorities and handle conflicting requests and matters expeditiously.

    • Arrange domestic and international travel accommodations and prepare itineraries.

    • Prepare and submit expense reports for Executives in a timely manner.

    • Help set agendas, prepare presentations, document meeting minutes, and manage action items.

    • Be a dependable partner with the ability to anticipate needs and proactively bring together resources to support the Executives and help meet their goals and achieve company priorities.

    • Apply judgment and discretion with full understanding of urgency and priorities of the business, routinely needing to multi-task with minimal direction.

    • Navigate organizational infrastructure to solve or resolve problems.

    • Understand company policies and procedures necessary to ensure appropriate decision-making protocols are followed.

    • Arrange and coordinate occasional internal and external events.

    • Work collaboratively with other members of the Admin. Staff, jointly managing projects or serving as back-up to each other and providing general administrative support for company as needed.

    • Assist with various ad hoc projects as directed.

 

Qualifications 

    • 3-5 years of experience supporting senior level executives in a fast-paced environment.

    • Problem solver, driven, detail-oriented, efficient, committed, and has a “get things done" mentality.

    • Possesses strong prioritization, multi-tasking, organizational, time-management, and excellent judgment and discretion skills.

    • Demonstrates the ability to anticipate and solve practical problems or resolve issues, and works independently as well as part of a collaborative team.

    • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills; ability to maintain confidentiality and demonstrate discretion is critical.

    • Tech savvy; proficient in full Microsoft Office and Google Suite.

    • Bachelor’s degree preferred. 

 


LendingHome is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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